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Re: FC2 Gnome 2.6 + (right-click) Disk Mounter Gone?



On Thu, 2004-06-24 at 09:44 -0700, Ow Mun Heng wrote:
> 	on Gnome 2.4, There used to be a way to mount disks like ->
> cdrom/usb/etc when you use the right-click on the desktop.

> 	->Open New Terminal
>  	->Open In New Window
> 	->Create Folder
> 	->Create launcher
> 	->Paste Files
> 	->Disks       <-------- Where's This in FC2 Gnome 2.6??


Double click "Computer" on the desktop.  Double click the device you
wish to mount.  It will mount and open.  To unmount right click and
select the "Unmount Volume" or "Eject" item.

When mounted the devices will also appear on the desktop.  You can right
click the device to unmount/eject it.

Also, you can connect other filesystems (File, SMB, DAV, SSH, SCP, SFTP,
FTP, etc) to "Computer" using the File -> "Connect to Server" menu item.

-- 
 David Norris
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